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chosen in the Week One “Initial Call” discussion. This paper will include an in-depth overview of the disorder(s) within the diagnosis treatment options for the diagnosis and a sound rationale that explains why this diagnosis was made. Note that the diagnosis may include more than one psychiatric disorder.The paper must present a thorough overview of each disorder within the diagnosis. Assume the audience has no prior knowledge of the disorder(s) within the diagnosis and provide relevant and easy to understand explanations of each for the readers. When writing the paper it is critical to convey all the necessary information in a straightforward manner using non-technical language. (Reference the Professional Voice and Writing resource provided by the Ashford Writing Center for assistance.) Support the analysis with at least five peer-reviewed sources published within the last ten years in addition to the course text.The Psychiatric Diagnosis topical paper must include the following:Explain psychological concepts in the patient’s presentation using professional terminology. Identify symptoms and behaviors exhibited by the patient in the chosen case study.Match the identified symptoms to potential disorders in a diagnostic manual.Propose a diagnosis based on the patient’s symptoms and the criteria listed for the disorder(s) in the diagnostic manual.Analyze and explain how the patient meets criteria for the disorder(s) according to the patient’s symptoms and the criteria outlined in the diagnostic manual.Justify the use of the chosen diagnostic manual (i.e. Why was this manual chosen over others?).Summarize general views of the diagnosis from multiple theoretical orientations and historical perspectives. Include a discussion on comorbidity if the diagnosis includes more than one disorder.Evaluate symptoms within the context of an appropriate theoretical orientation for this diagnosis.Use at least two peer-reviewed articles to assess the validity of this diagnosis and describe who is most likely to have the diagnosis with regard to age gender socioeconomic status sexual orientation and ethnicity. Provide a brief evaluation of the scientific merit of these peer-reviewed sources in the validity assessment.Summarize the risk factors (i.e. biological psychological and/or social) for the diagnosis. If one of the categories is not relevant address this within the summary.Compare evidence-based and non-evidence-based treatment options for the diagnosis.Evaluate well-established treatments for the diagnosis and describe the likelihood of success or possible outcomes for each treatment.Create an annotated bibliography of five peer-reviewed references published within the last ten years to inform the diagnosis and treatment recommendations. In the annotated bibliography write a two- to three-sentence evaluation of the scientific merit of each of these references. For additional assistance with this portion of the assignment access the Ashford Writing Center’s Sample Annotated Bibliography.Attention Students: The Masters of Arts in Psychology program is utilizing the Pathbrite portfolio tool as a repository for student scholarly work in the form of signature assignments completed within the program. After receiving feedback for this Psychiatric Diagnosis topical paper please implement any changes recommended by the instructor go to Pathbrite and upload the revised Psychiatric Diagnosis topical paper to the portfolio. (Use the Pathbrite Quick-Start Guide to create an account if you do not already have one.) The upload of signature assignments will take place after completing each course. Be certain to upload revised signature assignments throughout the program as the portfolio and its contents will be used in other courses and may be used by individual students as a professional resource tool. See the Pathbrite website for information and further instructions on using this portfolio tool.The Psychiatric DiagnosisMust be 8 to 15 double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a separate title page with the following:Title of paperStudent’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust use at least five peer-reviewed sources published within the last 10 years in addition to the course text.Must include a separate annotated bibliography page.Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Week 1  (DQ) Case study The case of SuzanneThere was a woman in a town the name is Suzanne. For the past few months from now he had been suffering from some distraction from his mind. He absolutely knew that about our abnormal as affected in his mind. You cannot work with a normal person. At that point really she wants to see a good and friendly psychologist to recover from that. Suzanne has started her internet searches and finally got in touch with who is a leading and world-class psychologist. His name is Dr. Schurrle Both of them are nitration with a phone call. Dr. Schurrle has known all of this Suzanne stuff that they did in our college days (American Psychiatric Association. 2020).  When she as a college student had a good friend he was handling all financial problems and taking good care of her life. One day they go into a sexual relationship and after that he suddenly stopped their relationship without explanation. Only her mother’s advice has made her feel good. After hearing about Suzanne’s situation (American Psychiatric Association. 2020).. The doctor felt ashamed “sure to recover from these kinds of nervous mentalities” in doctor side. Conversations Dr. Schurrle:  Hello  Suzanne: Yes In this Dr. Schurrle right? Dr. Schurrle: Yes speaking this is him. Who is speaking with? Suzanne: My name is Suzanne. I am using internet to find it your contact from under the Psychologist Contacts. Is that okay for you sir I called? Dr.Schurrle: Yes Suzanne it’s my pleasure. How may I help you? Suzanne: Well sir I am really don’t know hoe to put it here.Dr.Schurrle : No worried you can be open with me. Anything not a problem you can fully trusted to says that your issues. I shall be not leave it this conversation. I promised with you.Suzanne: Okay sir Well. But how to start? Dr. Schurrle: OK. Why you are struggling to telling with m what’s on your mind? What seems to be the problem?Suzanne: Well I’ve always had trouble plucking my eyelashes and hair especially when I get nervous.Dr. Schurrle: Ohh . I see. When had did it started?Suzanne: I suppose I’ve always had this problem. When I was in 7th grade a long time ago I used to pluck my eyelashes to ease my anxious feelings. And actually that would work. But I just didn’t hide it well so one day my mom found out.Dr. Schurrle : And when he realised that you were removing your lashes how did he react?Suzanne : As usual I was frustrated. You know the best of me has always been desired by my friends. This always put unfair pressure on me to be the model little girl.Dr. Schurrle : That could not been easy Suzanne : It never has been. I was so embarrassed that I cried.Dr. Schurrle : Sorry to hear about that. Then what happened? Have you tried to quit?Suzanne : Well finally I was good because of all the humiliation I was experiencing. I must have stopped. The suffering too was just too much. Therefore I quitDr. Schurrle : that’s good for you. Suzanne : But never once did the tense emotions go anywhere.Dr. Schurrle : What do you mean? Suzanne: I quickly entered college and learned that intense symptoms of fear and anxiety never went anywhere. The new era was so manageable as well as the obligations. I find myself unintentionally pulling my hair at times.Dr. Schurrle : I seeSuzanne : Well. Yeah. Fortunately the man who lived opposite me in college was a nice friend of mine. He taught me how to handle my money time work at school and life at college essentially. One day we found ourselves kissing and soon had sex after that.Dr. Schurrle : God!! Is he your boyfriend? Suzanne : You can say that before unexpectedly and without any explanation he broke up with me. I was heartbroken and my symptoms of fear became deeper again.Dr. Schurrle : I am really sorry for hear that. Suzanne : For winter break we headed back home. That’s why my mother saw what my hair had done to me.Dr. Schurrle : She feel it more and must have been disappointed? Suzanne : Ok my mother isn’t that man. She made me feel like my limb had been chopped off.Dr. Schurrle : What do you mean? Suzanne : Only to get her off my back I made a pledge to go to therapy. Currently I didn’t go for only two years after that. Is that how I found my route to you?Dr. Schurrle :  I’m so sad to hear that but a lot of people are probably having the same symptoms you’re experiencing. We will see if we can support you if you can come to my psychiatric office. What does it look like?Suzanne : Oh thanks. I’m going to make a point of getting in. I’m just glad I know that I’m not alone in this. I felt maybe I wasn’t normal at all.Dr. Schurrle : : You don’t have to think about it. We would definitely help you Suzanne: Thank you again sir.  Reference:American Psychiatric Association. (2019). American psychiatric association.American Psychiatric Association. (2020). The American psychiatric association practice guideline for the treatment of patients with schizophrenia. American Psychiatric Pub.   Jan 30 2021